Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 11, 2015 -- RCR Wireless News spoke with more than a dozen companies, including telecom operators AT&T and CenturyLink; vendors like Ixia, JDSU, Sonus, Hewlett-Packard and WebNMS; and industry analyst firms Wireless 20/20, Analysys Mason and Infonetics to gain deep insight into the current service orchestration market. The report, entitled “Orchestrating the virtualized telecom future” contains vital takeaways including how service orchestration fits into the new virtualized environment, how the market is developing service orchestration platforms to fit the unique characteristics of telecom operators and challenges facing development plans. These efforts are going to be further challenged as telecom operators aggressively move to deploy virtualized platforms without hindering current operations.
- The need for service orchestration as telecom operators increasingly turn to virtualized services.
- What goes into service orchestration platforms.
- Taking a look into how those platforms are developing.
- Challenges facing the development of service orchestration platforms geared towards telecom needs.
- The role standards play in terms of ensuring interoperability.
Watch the complimentary editorial webinar featuring:
- Dan Meyer, Editor-in-Chief, RCR Wireless News
- Berge Ayvazian, Senior Analyst and Consultant, Wireless 20/20
- Alistair Scott, Director in the CTO Office, JSDU
- Michael Haugh, Senior Product Line Manager, Ixia
“With virtualization still a new model for telecom operators, we found the market still grappling with what exactly service orchestration means at a time when virtualization plans are rapidly set to come to market,” Meyer explained. “While there is little doubt the market will get a handle on its service orchestration needs, this report showed that standards bodies, vendors and telecom operators need to quickly work together in order to ensure the move towards virtualization continues unimpeded. While this report is a good look at the current environment, you can be sure that much will change over the next six months.”
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